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2006MNRAS.370.2013S - Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 370, 2013-2024 (2006/August-3)

A catalogue of close binaries located in the δ Scuti region of the Cepheid instability strip.


Abstract (from CDS):

A catalogue of close eclipsing binary systems (detached and semidetached) with at least one of the components located in the δ Scuti region of the Cepheid instability strip is presented. The positions of the stars in the instability strip are determined by their accurate temperatures and luminosities. Observationally detected binaries (20 semidetached, four detached and one unclassified) with oscillating components were included in the catalogue as a separate table. The primaries of the oscillating Algols tend to be located near the blue edge of the instability strip. Using reliable luminosities and temperatures determined by recent photometric and spectroscopic studies, we have found that at least one or two components of 71 detached and 90 semidetached systems are located in the δ Scuti region of the Cepheid instability strip. In addition, 36 detached or semidetached systems discovered by the Hipparcos satellite were also given as a separate list. One of their components is seen in the δ Scuti region, according to their spectral type or B - V colours. They are potential candidate binaries with the δ Scuti-type pulsating components which need further photometric and spectroscopic studies in better precision. This catalogue covers information and literature references for 25 known and 197 candidate binaries with pulsating components.

Abstract Copyright: 2006 The Authors. Journal compilation © 2006 RAS

Journal keyword(s): binaries: eclipsing - stars: oscillations - δ Scuti

VizieR on-line data: <Available at CDS (J/MNRAS/370/2013): table1.dat table2.dat table3.dat table4.dat table5.dat refs.dat>

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